Galaxy A24 5G spotted on FCC, will be launched soon

Another Galaxy device, this time from the mid-range category, has joined the talks now. In particular, the upcoming Galaxy A24 5G device has recently received the approval of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification website. Just a few hours ago, the renders of the Galaxy M14 5G phone of Samsung’s budget lineup have also come to the fore, and now the mid-ranger has also joined this league. Let’s take a look at this device. 

As per the report of MySmartPrice, the soon-to-be-launched Galaxy A24 5G device has been spotted on the FCC database with model number SM-A245M/DSN. The database has revealed the major specifications of this device, which are listed below. Before moving on to them, let us inform you that Samsung could hold an event for the Galaxy A devices’ launch, on 30th March 2023, as per the leak by Evan Blass. 

Galaxy A24 5G: Specifications

Let’s get back to the key specs of the respective Galaxy A series device, it will run on MediaTek Helio G99 SoC and may feature an AMOLED Display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It will also get support for WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity. Additionally, the device will also have a 25W Type-C charging adapter of Samsung, which has model no. EP-TA800, along with the 25W fast charging support.

Besides this, the device will also support LTE connectivity and various Bands, including 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 26, 28, and 66. It will also get microSD card slot support, which will help you to expand the handset’s storage if needed. If we talk about its processor, it will be an ARMv8 octa-core chipset, whose clock speed will be 2.0GHz for six cores and 2.20GHz clock speed for the remaining two cores. 

Nota bene, the device may be expected to launch by March (probably on 30th March), but their no official confirmation regarding it, so we suggest you accept it with a pinch of salt.

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